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need help with a machining project

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Hey guys I am looking for some assistance with a machining project. I shoot Stan releases and have both clicker sizes (.006 and.010) the issue is the.006 seems a bit fast and the .010 seems a bit long. I an looking for someone who may be able to take a sear with no clicker and put a .080 one on it. Is there anyone that may be able to help? If you can or know some one who can please pm me. Thanks for any help


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TT Smack Down FC Pro rest question or help

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I just put on a TT smack down pro and it’s noisy to me and I have read so many posts saying they are quiet. What are guys doing to get this quiet? I want suggestions or help. It went on and tuned without a hitch. I have the cable on the lower limb and there is no slack, if anything too taunt. I have had the QAD and other fall away rests on my other bows and I expected this one to be quiet like its reputation.

Thanks for the help you can gives this ole bowhunter.


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Longbow tuning problem help

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Im shooting a tomahawk longbow that is 50lbs at 28. I pull right at 28 inches. I am shooting 500 spine carbons that are 28 inches. I have 100 gr inserts and a125 gr point. Bare shaft tuning shows a weak spine. Is this possible or is there a problem with my form/ release. Please help I’m driving myself crazy trying to get perfect flight.


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Need help getting my bow arrows right…

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First off, I am a new user so please redirect my post if it is in the wrong location.

I bought a Mathews Creed in all black, #70, 26.5” draw. Arrow is cut at 26.5", using whisker biscuit
I like Easton Axis Arrows. However, I will try Carbon Express Maxima’s if they are a good choice. (Feel free to recommend other similar arrows)
He recommended Easton Axis 500′s (.500 spine) for this set up. That did not sound right to me. What spine weight should I be shooting, given my setup?


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Bare Shaft tuning results (help)

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Last week I decided to bare shaft tune and at 20 yards this was the result (pic included)

it looked good so I walk back tuned and every thing went well. no image

yesterday i decided to shoot though paper to see what would happen with a bare shaft (pic included)

then a fletched shaft and this is where i tilted my head in confusion. (pic included)
i repeated the process several times over again with the same results

I am not a huge believer in paper tuning and don’t hold it nearly as high as others but the results confused me. Before bare shaft tuning, the fletched arrows where very close to a bullet hole but bare shafts flew way left now the exact opposite is happening. any insite would be helpful.. bow is a Carbon matrix ld, fuel cams, Dl is 32, at 65 pounds.

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Help, Samick Sage 30#, NAP Centerest Flipper fit? Proper Nock Height split finger?

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I Just got my 30# sage, and my friend had a NAP centerest flipper he doesn’t use, so I threw it on, and I am wondering if it sticks out too much. is it suppose to look like this?

I have read that some people file down the part that flexes on the rest. is this necessary?

I’m a beginner in archery and thou I want to do everything myself, including the first time setup, It’s become a bit overwhelming for me on how to setup my bow.

I have a bow square and I know how to set/change brace height. But I am not sure about nock height. Everything that I have read has been "Shoot what works for you, or everything between 1/8 to 1”.
is there a happy beginner starting point? like what does 3rivers or your local archery shop set your nock height too when you buy your first bow?

Also have 58” Fast flight flemish strings on my sage.

I am LH shooter, shooting split finger.
I have 5575 Gold Tip Traditional arrows.
Arrow weight: 269.7 gr
GT nock: 11.5gr
Threaded insert: 11.4gr
Point: 100gr
Gateway 4” parabolic: 2.76gr x3 = 8.28gr
Total: 400.88

I also have some 3555 Gold tip arrows at my disposal. same setup. Think that is all that is needed from my end. If I have missed something lemme know.
Really any help would be greatly appreciated. I have done a lot of reading on these forums, and I have a headache with information overload. Just need someone with experience to kinda start me off.

Sorry for GIANT Images.
Chris


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